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22 people indicted for meth distribution in Shenandoah Valley

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A 10 month investigation resulted in 22 people being indicted by a grand jury for their involvement in distributing methamphetamine.

The investigation included arrested of people suspected of distributing in Central Virginia as well as the Shenandoah Valley.

The Grand Jury returned indictments of racketeering and distributing methamphetamine within a 12 month period while acting as a leader of a criminal enterprise.

The indictments included a charges of racketeering against Kristopher Ian Horn of Linden.

The cases are being prosecuted by the office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney for Nelson County.

The investigation was conducted by the Skyline Task Force in conjunction with the Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement Task Force (JADE).

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